Zinedine Zidane has surprisingly stepped down as Real Madrid head coach after leading them to three Champions League titles.
Zidane announced his decision in Madrid on Thursday morning, after calling a news conference just an hour-and-a-half earlier.
The Frenchman was appointed as head coach of the Real first team in January 2016 after the dismissal of Rafa Benítez, and guided the club to the Champions League title by beating Atlético Madrid on penalties in the final.
He won the Spanish league title in his second season, then became the first manager to win the Champions League in his first three seasons when Real defeated Juventus in the 2017 final, and Liverpool this month.
The Bernabeu Legend won nine trophies since taking over in January 2016